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Warrior's Honor by Georgina Gentry
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Dec 14, 08

bookshelves: historical-romance, native-american-romance
Read in December, 2008

The heroine in this story drove me crazy. She believed her brother innocent no matter what evidence was put up against him and was very mean to the hero who was simply trying to bring her brother to justice, which was his job. She even tries to kill and hurt him him a few times, but she thinks it's okay because the only thing that matters is that her spoiled brother is not captured. The hero forgives her for all she does because he "admires her spirit and loyalty to her (obviously guilty) brother". I can't stand when a main character is so blind to reality that they refuse to see the truth despite all evidence to the contrary, especially when that character is a mean, selfish b*tch paired with a strong honorable man.
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Julie (jjmachshev) I agree with you. This will go on my list of 'never to read' books :)


message 2: by Kathrynn (new)

Kathrynn Mine, too.


message 3: by Daisiemae (new)

Daisiemae Ewww...I'll pass on this one too! Thanks for the warning!


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja) I appreciate the warning. My least favorite type of heroine. I had to put down The Keepsake by Marylyle Rogers because the heroine was annoying me. She was encouraging the flirtations of Prince Albert, who is a notorious womanizer just to get back at her husband. Stupid!


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